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Teaching Philosophy

My primary teaching goals are:

- To encourage students to think logically, critically, and creatively.

- To teach complicated finance concepts and financial questions in a simple and intuitive way.

- To provide students with practical-based learning experience.

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."

Leonardo da Vinci

Teaching Evaluations

University of Richmond

  • FIN 360 Principles of Financial Management (Business Core)​​

Fall 2023 -- Class size: 19+19; Rating mean: 4.38/5 (Instructor's overall teaching ability rating from the highest section)

Fall 2022 -- Class size: 8+9; Rating mean: 4.33/5

  • FIN 361 Corporate Finance (Finance Elective)

           Spring 2024 -- Class size: 18+22+22 ; Rating mean: 4.50/5

           Spring 2023 -- Class size: 20+20+20 ; Rating mean: 4.05/5

 

University of Oklahoma

  • FIN 3603/5303 Advanced Corporate Finance​​

Spring 2022 -- Class size: 40; Rating mean: N/A

Spring 2021 -- Class size: 27; Rating mean: 4.8/5

(Department Rank: 93% based on instructor overall ratings, 100% based on course overall ratings; Department Mean: 4.3/5)

University of Texas at Arlington

  • FINA 3315 Investments

Spring 2018 -- Class size: 55; Rating mean: 4.5/5

Fall 2017 --Class size: 39; Rating mean: 4.3/5

Comments from My Students

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